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11 pages of must have information to protect your health and ensure you create a tattoo you will love for life

  How to design a tattoo

Warning:    Don’t make a costly and painful mistake. Read our valuable information to protect your health and choose the perfect design you will love for life. 

Free Images:   Copy and print our ebook images to mix and match, creating your own unique design.

 Stop: Don’t waste your valuable time searching for hours, we have done the hard work for you.

 EBOOKS ONLY $ 5.00 AUD per book we guaranteed our ebooks allow all vectors and fonts to be copied,  STRICTLY for personnel use only not for resale or distribution.

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Be inspired with over 250 vectors free for you to copy and create your own unique tattoo design


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Our ebooks offer a wide variety of information to guide you along your journey to create a tattoo you will be proud of. Remember a tattoo is for life, removing a tattoo made in haste is costly and extremely painful. 

How many tattoos have you seen and figured “they must have been drunk”? Have you ever seen a poorly altered tattoo, trying to cover the name of a past relationship gone sour? Worse still those tattoos were the artist needed a lesson in spelling?

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  Don’t let your tattoo be a life long blooper!

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A comprehensive collection of  fonts free to copy. Save time trying to come up with a design at the tattoo shop. Create one from our book of fonts and get your perfect tattoo.

P.S: a small tattoo will cost hundreds of $$, full body artwork will cost thousands of $$$. For a small investment of  $5.00 AUD be informed before being inked.   


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P.P.S: DON”T be ripped off by tattoo information that won’t allow you to copy ideas.


DISCLAIMER: This information is not presented by a medical practitioner and is for educational and informational purposes only. The content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified health care provider with any questions you may have regarding a medical condition. Never disregard professional medical advice or delay in seeking it because of something you have read or heard.